I’m admittedly hypersensitive to all things diabetes related considering my glutenous amount of reading on the subject. Every over the counter medication, prescription drug commercial and doctor’s office poster has something about the disease. When I came across this article, Mold Illness Is Everywhere: What it is and 11 Signs You Have It, by David Wolfe, it made me consider how the signs of a mold illness paralleled symptoms of Type 1 diabetes. Interesting… Continue reading
Periodically, I’ll ask Amber about a recent observation about my own T1D life, “When X happens, do you feel like X?” She promptly shoots me a quizzical glance and responds, “You always say things like this to me and I can’t say that I’ve ever experienced that specifically.” If you’re not following me yet, be patient, this is where diabetes gets weird.
Our bodies are complicated. The king of this complexity is the nervous system–especially the sensory feedback. Being a T1D presents unique insights into the nervous system. These insights are everywhere.If you listen carefully, you find your language. Your language is different than mine. It’s full of clues. What drives the language? Blood glucose levels. Continue reading